12:13 AM In the latest twist to the FIFA corruption scandal, the governing body have shifted the blame for a $10 million payment from South Africa to Jack Warner to a recently deceased finance committee chief.
Dominic Bossi 12:41 AM Matildas star Kyah Simon opens up on the horror knee injury that threatened her career and cast doubt over her 2015 World Cup hopes.
Jeremy Wilson and Ben Rumsby 8:00 AM Sepp Blatter is facing intensifying internal pressure, with a second Football Association official resigning yesterday and other senior administrators now openly considering their positions.
Mark Ogden, Turin 11:51 AM Giorgio Chiellini breaks into a disarming smile when the subject of his first meeting with Luis Suarez since that bite in Brazil is raised with the Juventus defender.
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England midfielder Jack Wilshere marred Arsenal's open-top bus parade to celebrate their victory in the FA Cup final by taking to the microphone to mock rival club Tottenham in a foul-mouthed outburst.
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FIFA vice-president David Gill boycotted an executive committee meeting on Saturday in protest at the election of Sepp Blatter, the Swiss football supremo branding the Englishman's snub as 'irresponsible' behaviour.
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